Beginning of Each Season

  • Parents are not allowed on the ice or in the player’s box unless your child need your help with skates or needs to use the bathroom. We encourage you to please have your child use the washroom before skating starts.
  • Skaters who have been with the club previously or who are comfortable skating on their own will be allowed on the ice first once the zamboni doors are closed and coaches/program assistants are on the ice.
  • Skaters who are not comfortable being on the ice alone or who need assistance will enter the ice surface second so they can be assisted by a coach or program assistant.
  • Non skaters will get an off-ice lesson near the entrance in preparation for their on ice experience.
  • Here are a few categories your child will fit into & will go through,  all very acceptable: Crier, Crawler, Stander, Walker, Shuffler, Skater.
  • Heather and the program assistants will take the time to make your child as comfortable as possible to work through all the stages.
  • The club has a 2 week trial period so if your child just cannot manage being alone on the ice surface there is a refund policy.
  • Heather will provide more information on how the on-ice CanSkate will run once we start skating.


  • Please check the website often for information or you can email us at ten.letksas@sdrofelttab8ks
  • There are a number of events the club hosts and participates in this will be in the Calendar of Events
  • Picture handouts will include notes and information you’ll need to know.
  • We will send out mass email notices as well.


  • Skaters must wear a CSA approved hockey helmet while on the ice, no bike helmets.
  • Knee pads and elbow pads are a good idea if you choose.


  • Skates should fit just a finger or two bigger to accommodate for growth, bigger than that and skaters will have difficulty balancing.
  • Skates should be on the duller side.
  • Tie skates loose from the toe to just below the ankle, tighter in the ankle area and looser at the top.
  • Skaters need to be able to bend in their skates easily.
  • Skate guards are a must-have to protect blades.
  • Leisure Time Coop provides our skate needs.
  • Leisure Time Sports Jackson Skates to buy according to skating level PDF